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Three die in helicopter crash

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Wednesday, 09 January 2013 12:19

 

Investigation continues into cause of Mercy Med-Trans crash

Three people were killed Wednesday evening, Jan. 2, when Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa’s Air Med helicopter crashed north of Ventura.

 

The Mason City hospital-based helicopter crashed while en route to Emmetsburg to pick up a patient. The accident was reported to a 9-1-1 dispatcher at approximately 9 p.m.

The three people on board — a nurse, Shelly “Shell” Lair-Langenbau; a paramedic, Russell “Russ” Piehl; and a pilot with the helicopter service owned by 

   

Lake Theater gets ready to step into the digital age

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Wednesday, 09 January 2013 12:17

 

The Lake Theater has held an important place in Clear Lake’s history.  And now, thanks to a significant investment by the Sherman family, it will continue to be a source of entertainment and pride in our community.

A $100,000-plus conversion from film to digital projection is expected to be complete next week at the theater. 

“The major film companies are not mass producing 35mm films anymore; our 35mm projector is almost obsolete,” explained John Sherman, who like his brothers Bob and Tom practically grew up at the theater owned by their parents, Gene and Betty.  “Our choice was to do the digital upgrade, or not be 

   

Vehicle, foot chase result in arrest

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Wednesday, 09 January 2013 12:16

 

A pair of Mason City residents were arrested after a short vehicle and foot pursuit in Clear Lake Tuesday, Jan. 1.

According to a report from the Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Department, an incident started at the intersection of Interstate 35 and  4th Avenue South in Clear Lake just before midnight.  It started when a deputy attempted to stop Michael Bush, 34, for driving while under suspension.  They attempted to pull 

   

Council sets public hearings for re-zoning, re-financing

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Wednesday, 09 January 2013 12:14

 

The Clear Lake City Council met Monday to set a pair of public hearing dates.

On Jan. 21 the Council invites public input to a recommendation from the Planning and Zoning Commission that the North 35th Street area known as “Green Acres” be re-zoned from light industrial to medium density single family residential. The Council will also consider entering into a loan agreement, in a principal amount not to exceed $1.26 million to refund three outstanding City general obligation bond issues. 

   

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